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Art teacher Ian McBride has a dream of opening his own gallery, but for now he's focused on sculpting a gift for his grandparents' 50th anniversary and enjoying a relaxing summer. However, Ian is blind-sided when crazy, beautiful Sara and her giant dog move in next door and rock his world. Too bad she wants nothing to do with him.
How can Sara avoid the attraction that sizzles between them and stick to her rule of not dating neighbors? As far as Ian's concerned, the prince Sara is looking for is right under her nose. And one kiss just might change everything.
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By Rain on 11-18-15
Cute story with good narration
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes, because it's a good example of it's genre. It was cute and fluffy without anything hardcore. It wasn't action or excitement, but I liked the humor. The dates she kept ending up with were not realistic, which is okay with me because they were meant to be funny and they succeeded in that. It was a simple plot with good pacing.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Ian's friend was my favorite in the story, because he was hilarious. Both Ian and Sara did things I thought were rude, like Ian waking Sara up and her banging on the wall, but that's just people and it kept the story moving. Ian did less annoying things, but he was too accommodating and forgiving.
What does Ryan Kennard Burke bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I really enjoyed this narrator's performance. He has a comfortable voice without overdoing the female voices. The pacing and clarity was well-done. The only problem was that I frequently couldn't tell Ian and Sara apart, so I had to pay very close attention.
Any additional comments?
I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Jan on 11-15-15
A nice lighthearted story to counteract reality
Funny, lighthearted tale of dating angst. And a dog! The story flows well and we can all relate to some of the frogs. Ian feels insecure because of family expectation, and Sara has her own issues. Thrown together by Sara's move to the condo next to Ian, they reluctantly explore the attraction. No bed-hopping here, but other realities are referenced.
Totally engaging and definitely not too long. Grabs you by the ear and won't let go.
On the other hand, Ryan does not seem the best fit as narrator. He seems to be a fine audio-performer, just not as well suited to this type of book.
"This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."
2 of 2 people found this review helpful